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9-97.

Factor the following quadratics completely.

1. $5x^3+13x^2-6x$

Start by factoring out an $x$.
Then factor the remaining quadratic.

1. $6t^2-26t+8$

Start by factoring out the GCF.

1. $6x^2-24$

Factor out a $6$. You will be left with a difference of squares.

Watch the following video if you need help with factoring quadratic expressions. Click the link at right for the full version of the video: Factoring Quadratics